The comedian and actress tweeted, “Kanye threatened the Jews yesterday on Twitter and it’s not even trending. Why do mostly only Jews speak up against Jewish hate? The silence is so loud.”
See her original tweet below.
In case you missed it, Kanye took to social media writing, “I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.”
Oh, but that wasn’t all.
Kanye also wrote, “The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.”
Kim Kardashian‘s soon-to-be ex-husband was promptly suspended from Twitter and Instagram for his tomfoolery.
Black Twitter rose up with the power of Greyskull to swiftly inform Sarah Silverman that the Black community did not condone nor tolerate Kanye’s ignorance.
One person responded to Sarah writing, “Have you checked Black Twitter? I’m guessing no. If you would have checked Black Twitter you would have seen that we’ve been dragging him since the beginning. Long story short…we’re not conditional allies.”
See the tweet below.
But, she wasn’t the only one who gathered Sarah. Another person tweeted, “Tell me you don’t follow Black Twitter without telling me you don’t follow Black Twitter.”
See the original tweet below.
“Animal Kingdom” star Ellen Barkin joined the convo telling Sarah, “There is no silence on Black Twitter, in fact the voices are deafening.”
Questlove also chimed in with some advice for Sarah Silverman.
“Gotta follow people out the comfort zone (not adversarial, I had to learn that my perception of the world had to come from more than just people I know/familiar with)—my feed been going hard at him some 10 years now. its.”
Black Twitter is currently trending as the conversation continues regarding Kanye West and Sarah Silverman.
Read the tweets below.
Sarah attempted to clarify her tweet, but it was much too late.
She added, “The thing that kills me is I was talking about white people but here we are.”
You should have led with that, ma’am.